Yeah, the Wii U is the console I'm most interested in whenever I get around to it. I can already play most of the PS4/X180 games on my PC, and the rest of them aren't really aimed at me.Althought the Wiiu flopped , and is underpowered compared to ther current gen consoles , you have to give it to nintnedo they try the different and alternate ideas , wether right or wrong , lets be honest was anyone surprised at what the ps4 or xbone was when it arrived . nothing innovative , just more horses again.
its simply content for me , or the lack of .
I feel like those remarks aren't entirely unfair though.I feel like the whole "Nintendooooom!" thing is mostly driven by sites like IGN and Kotaku (ew,) who seem to really be pushing the idea that Nintendo is doomed because they don't have as many 3rd Party games. It seems less sales driven and more driven on just the want to have Nintendo fail because Nintendo doesn't suit their 3rd party means.
I would add also some youtubers that got angry against nintendo creators program.
I can remember how loud they cried because Nintendo was going to cut some of their revenues with that program .
some of these famous youtubers could surely spread some nintendo hate against NX to some millions of casual gamers and kids ...
morally I hate these people because they actually are parasites to gaming system (for them is not a passion but a job) , but there are a lot of honest and passionate youtubers (not a case they welcomed Nintendo creators program).
It's a little exaggerated, but I am more talking about those who are pushing the Nintendoom. I found the whole Nintendoom being mostly prevalent in the IGN forums and most of the people seemed more upset about lack of 3rd party games. Now of course, this is based off observation, so I could be wrong.I feel like those remarks aren't entirely unfair though.
I mean, look at the Wii U in general that is only barely surviving on the exclusive first party titles it has, vs the PS4.
The PS4 barely even HAS any exclusives and has still managed to sell an unprecedented 36Million units and counting day by day.
Whose to say what happens when the NX does launch. I mean, it's already been shown with the Wii U that it will NOT survive without 3rd party support. People like to think Nintendo's big vault of money will prevent them from going out of business soon, and that may be loosely true, but they CANNOT afford a second failure.
They cannot survive on the few fans that they didn't burn with the Wii U, they need to be an attractive force or it will only be doomed to repeat the failures of the Wii U.
Hell, the games on Wii U that interest me aren't even theirs, save one: Bayonetta 2, Wonderful 101, and Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze. Star Fox looked good until they started pushing their silly gamepad. Console wise, this generation hasn't impressed me at all. Luckily, between my PC, HTPC, and 3DS I haven't been hurting for games.Nintendo burned me on wiiu. Sold mine red 2014 due to lack of games to play beyond theirs and they're kind of hit and miss lately. With me only wanting starfox I ditched it. Given how wii did which I didn't onto after its life was replaced by wiiu and both making me get a ps3&4 to fill the void I won't buy NX unless they have solid backing or if it is also a handheld since I trust them for that still. They lost my trust on consoles being twice burned. Sony proved they have a lot of first/second party games and a strong mix with third party that it can be done. Nintendo needs to find a working balance and get away from just self centered extremes.
Hell, the games on Wii U that interest me aren't even theirs, save one: Bayonetta 2, Wonderful 101, and Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze. Star Fox looked good until they started pushing their silly gamepad. Console wise, this generation hasn't impressed me at all. Luckily, between my PC, HTPC, and 3DS I haven't been hurting for games.
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